Widespread Panic Selects New Year’s Eve 2008 Concert For ‘Never Miss A Sunday Show’

Click Here To Watch Widespread Panic’s December 31, 2008 Performance On Sunday Widespread Panic will premiere official video of their 2008 New Year’s Eve concert for this week’s installment of the Never Miss A Sunday Show archival series. The band’s two-set show at the Pepsi Center in Denver that took place on December 31, 2008
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Avalanche’s Tyson Jost enters NHL restart with confidence: “I want to be in the lineup”

Avalanche ahead Tyson Jost will restart the NHL season in Edmonton just a brief drive. However, his family was canceled by the coronavirus pandemic. “I’ll be about 15 minutes down the road from them, but I won’t see them for two and a half a year,” Jost said. “That’will be bizarre. It s bothersome. …
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Cale Makar progressing toward return to Avalanche training camp

Cale Makar performed individual on-ice drills Thursday before Avalanche practice in a signal that Colorado’s standout rookie defenseman is nearing a return to training camp. Makar, one of three finalists for NHL rookie of the year, has not skated with the team since Saturday after being listed “unfit” to play; with league policy prohibiting teams
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Jim Hilliard, battling ALS, will get to watch son, Sam, play for Rockies Friday night

COVID-19 will keep most fans out of Globe Life Field this season. Most fans. But thanks to the efforts of Rangers general manager Jon Daniels and his staff, one very special family was in attendance Tuesday night in a comfy, safe place. Jim and Tamara Hilliard, the parents of Rockies rookie outfielder Sam Hilliard, were
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Cale Makar absence spotlights Avalanche’s defensive depth in training camp

Day 3 of “Cale Makar Watch” concluded at Pepsi Center on Wednesday with still no indication of Colorado’s NHL rookie-of-the-year finalist in Avalanche training camp. The Avs designated Makar as simply “unfit” to play — under a new NHL policy made to safeguard player’s medical privacy amid the coronavirus pandemic — following a Saturday practice
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Conor Timmins making case for Avalanche roster spot in Edmonton NHL bubble

Conor Timmins’ rookie opinion at Avalanche training camp was powerful in 2017 that coach Jared Bednar faced a choice: Jumpstart rsquo & the second-round defenseman;s NHL career? Or ship him back to juniors for evolution? Colorado played it safe but knew his future was bright. “We had discussions about him playing (us),” Bednar said. “That’so
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Avalanche gets taste of what’s to come in scrimmages inside empty Pepsi Center

The Avalanche got a taste on Thursday of what it would feel like next month when the Western Conference playoffs unfold prior to no fans at 18,500-seat Rogers Place in Edmonton. For the first time because NHL training camps started Monday, the Avs maintained a scrimmage in a vacant Pepsi Center. “Obviously, it’so quiet, but
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Finnish forward Joonas Donskoi chose Avalanche in free agency last summer. He’s now having a career year.

A bit more than a year later choosing the Avalanche, Finnish winger Joonas Donskoi can unequivocally say totally free service went well for him. Donskoi, who played in the Western Conference finals last year with the San Jose Sharks, is currently preparing for the play with a group many believe may win the Stanley Cup.
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Mikko Rantanen missed the Avalanche’s original training camp. He’s excited to be part of the second.

Some Avalanche players probably aren’t thrilled heading this year. Mikko Rantanen isn’t one of these. Last fall after all , the star right winger overlooked camp. Rantanen was without a contract in September and training by himself in his native Finland. He signed up a six-year, $55.5 million deal on the final afternoon of the
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Avalanche fan-free training camp to begin Monday at the Pepsi Center

The Avalanche has declared its training camp with no fans for the upcoming 24-team Stanley Cup playoffs at Edmonton (Western Conference) and Toronto (Eastern Conference). Related Articles Chambers: Risk of dropping a game-changing celebrity to COVID-19 will hover over Stanley Cup playoffs NHL is back in business; Avs to report Edmonton for 24-team Stanley Cup
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